Mobility to Valencia, Spain
Within the scope of the Erasmus + - European DNA Project, teachers Manuela Teixeira and Sandra Passos, accompanying the students: Hugo Martinhita and Joana Marques of 9º B and Carlos Geada E, nº and Miriam Santos, of 9ºC, traveled to Valencia, Spain, for mobility between March 4th and 11th.
The project aims to develop in the participating students an awareness of their identity as citizens inserted in a multicultural and tolerant Europe, where differences and similarities must compete for the union of nations, through exchange activities between partners from Spain, Greece, Latvia, Poland and Portugal.
During mobility, teachers from different countries were received by their Lithuanian colleagues at the Colegio Marti Sorolla School, where they participated in the following activities:
• Visit to the Albufera Natural Park, where students performed practical activities
• Visit to the historic center of the city of Valencia and the Cathedral La Lonja de la Seda, and to the silk market that was considered a world heritage site by UNESCO,
• Workshop on how to make a Falla Ninot,
• Visit to the Falla Ninot Museum
• Visit to the Historical Museum of Sagunto on Roman archeology in the region;
• Visit to the Roman Theater in Sagunto;
• Visit to the Castle of Sagunto considered a National Monument;
• Participation in a culinary workshop: Paella à Valenciana;
• Visit to the Oceanographic.
• Participation in the workshop on sharing good practices, promoted by Lithuanian partners, on Good Practices;
The teachers also discussed the activities to be carried out by the different partners, the upcoming mobilities and bureaucratic issues.
The mobility was attended by 16 foreign students, 4 from each country (Portugal; Spain; Greece and Poland), and 16 Spanish students who, as tutors, accompanied foreign students in all activities, were responsible for welcoming and interacting with each other. all students and for their free time activities, having taken the students to dinner in their homes during 5 nights of mobility.
Both students and teachers rate this mobility as excellent, both because of their learning and because of the relationships of friendship and partnership created.